Roland Hopkins, Sr
Born in Greater Boston, he attended schools in Newton, Chestnut Hill, Deerfield, Mass., and Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. He had a job in Conn. as a bank teller followed by three years in Maine as a morning DJ spinning records and telling lousy jokes. Most recently he spent 15 years living and writing books on a well-hidden horse farm in Vermont. Living there he discovered that the old saying that there are “more cows than people in Vermont” is correct. If interviewed he would reveal that many New England residents still honor the Yankee handshake in sealing a deal, and as a longtime commercial real estate weekly newspaper owner he has never asked a client to sign a contract.
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Spring Training Murders
by Roland Hopkins, Sr
Spring Training Murders brings the reader back to simpler times right after World War Two when the Boston Red Sox were breaking their humps to beat the Damn Yankees for the pennant and Wold Series. But that all takes an explosive back seat when a rookie pitching phenom falls fowl, disappears, and shows up murdered. This rapid page - turner leads in many directions.
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